From the deep blue seas to in front of your school, business or multi-family residence. Fish and other aquatic animals are some of the most popular designs for custom bike racks.
Scroll down to see photos of sea life that has come to life as a bike rack.
This Kraken really is a wonder of the seven seas. Most bike racks are "flat" in that they only have two sides. This octopus was created in a way that each tentacle is a functional rack to park bicycles. The tentacles are also spaced so it can be accessed from every direction.
There's no one better to keep bicycles safely secured than the ocean's greatest hunter. You can often spot a shark bike rack near community and school pools.
Dolphin are known to be playful creatures. What better animal to use as a bike rack that encourages and captures the joy of cycling?
Just like the variety of fish that swim below the surface of the water, fish bike racks come in all shapes, sizes and styles.
This muskie bike rack was reeled in by a park in Wisconsin.
DAAAAAD!!! DAAAADDD!!! I lost my bike! Oh, it's right here where I locked it to the clown fish bike rack.
A perfect way to spend a day. Park your bicycle at the tuna bike rack and watch the fishing boats come and go.
When an alligator is near, you're often encouraged to keep your distance. Not the case with this gator. You're more than safe riding right up and locking your bicycle to him.
Want more inspiration? See examples of logo custom bike racks.